Remember I don't all that at one time
Originally Posted by bcmyers2112
However today was a typical day, Breakfast, Morning coffee while I read news, forums and process overnight e-mails. Half hour of phone calls trying to find hay and get slaughter dates for sheep. 45 minutes feeding sheep, delivered 24 bales of hay to ewes. 2 hours updating my sheep database and running bench tests of ConvertToEID. 1.5 hours putting EID tags into all adult breeding rams using LambTracker. One ram leapt out of the chute. He got a Bad Behavior note in his record! 3.5 hours verifying the database additions from the sheep work, trying to incorporate some UI changes that caused the program to crash so fixing those.. I'm still debugging stuff so I have to verify all work I do with my LambTracker program by hand against the paper updates I am also keeping. I also have to change the program as we discover that where things are on the screen doesn't' work when trying to hang onto a ram in a chute and remove tags and apply new tags. Right now it's taking twice as long to do stuff because I do it once with LambTracker and once again when I get back inside. This will eventually stop but for now it's critical for the debugging/development work. Half an hour doing afternoon chores. hour and half cooking and eating dinner. I'm here on the forums now because I missed my normal morning chunk and soon we're going to watch an episode of Riley Ace of Spies. Then I'll try to process some of my paper inbox (maybe even most of it), read for half an hour or so and then to bed. I'll start a major system wide backup before I go to bed and leave my machine running overnight to finish it.
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